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[resolved] Handling Multiple Feeds (4 posts)

  1. kirkward
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I have three feeds currently, and am planning a fourth. Each feed is category specific.

    Will the shortcode allow me to specify which feed the user is subscribing to?


  2. genobz
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Yes it does.
    just figured out how to do it.
    use it as [fb-optin-form uid="CATEGORY-SLUG-ON-FEEDBURNER"]

    explained in detail here : [ link redacted ]

  3. Side note and really off topic.

    *Jan takes a deep breath*

    genobz? Stop resurecting old dead topics with links to your site. That's considered spamming and is not tolerated in these forums.

    If you want to help then please do. But do not use these forums to post links to your site. The forums are not for getting you traffic or for anyone to cull visitors.

  4. jp2112
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    There is a parameter called 'uid' which is used to pass your Feedburner ID to the plugin. If you do not enter a default on the plugin settings page, you need to pass this value to the plugin in the shortcode (or in your PHP code that calls the function to display the form).

    As genobz already pointed out, you do this by passing the 'uid' parameter with the name of the FB feed you want to link to the form. You should be able to do this on a per-shortcode basis, so you can link different feeds to each form.

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